Death threat received to the Sultan of Bollywood 'Salman Khan' by Gangster

Lloyd Doyle
January 12, 2018

The policemen stopped the shooting immediately and escorted Salman to his house amidst tight security. After Lawrence Bishnoi, a gangster from Jodhpur, issued opened threats against Khan, reports of a group of armed men barging into the sets of Race 3 with the intention to hurt the actor, have surfaced.

After several death threats and warnings from a gangster surfaced against Salman Khan a few days ago, things have taken a turn for the worse. Since then, Salman has been provided extra security for his protection. And now, looks like Salman Khan is next in line.

The "Tiger Zinda Hai" star Salman Khan was working on the sets of Race 3 when the actor was escorted home by police after a group of armed men reached Film City on Tuesday. Police reached the sets and informed Salman and producer Ramesh Taurani of the impending threat to the star's life, and then escorted the star safely to the vehicle, with 6 cops to protect him, and his auto was driven by another batch of policemen.

Ever since Bishnoi issued the threat to Salman, the actor has been advised to stay away from his cycling sessions. Bishnoi threatened to kill Salman due to their communities rage against him and he also wanted to prove the point of superiority as he gave this statement openly in media.


Bishnoi's death threat to Salman is being linked with the black buck killing case of 1998, in which Salman and his co-actors are accused. "Now, if police want me to do some major crime, I shall kill Salman Khan and that too in Jodhpur", he told media on January 5.

Fearful of the same, the Mumbai Police has chose to react to it by beefing up the security around the actor.

Bishoi is a notorious gangster and has been charged in over 20 cases of attempt to murder, carjacking, extortion and snatching under the Arms Act in the Punjab-Haryana belt.

This is not the first time an actor has received death threats.

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